Answer ... A trademark licence must be recorded with the Department of Intellectual Property (DIP) and must include the following particulars:
- the conditions or terms between the trademark owner and licensee to ensure effective control by the trademark owner of the quality of goods of the licensee; and
- the goods for which the trademark is to be used under the licence.
Answer ... Yes, the original trademark licence agreement must be recorded with the DIP; otherwise, it may not be enforceable or may be declared void.